Place to live

Can anyone suggest a place to live that has a reasonable cost of living & near mountains? We have enough equity in our home & are considering a move. Any input would be great. Thanks Maria

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    stmichealprotectus
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    Can anyone suggest a place to live that has a reasonable cost of

    living & near mountains? We have enough equity in our home & are

    considering a move. Any input would be great. Thanks Maria








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    armstrca
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    <DIV dir="ltr" align="left"><SPAN class="794375213-15112007">No mountains, but some really big hills - the San Antonio area (I would say Austin, but traffic is he!! there). The Texas hill country is gorgeous and Texas has a reasonable COL.







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    Herlean
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    Try somewhere around Colorado or Tennessee. Both have mountains and seem to pop up on "best places to live" lists. Herlean

    stmichealprotectus <maria_sharples@yahoo.com> wrote: Can anyone suggest a place to live that has a reasonable cost of
    living & near mountains? We have enough equity in our home & are
    considering a move. Any input would be great. Thanks Maria



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    Susan Newman
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    I live in chattanooga ,tennessee and it seems to be a reasonable place compared to others




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    Try somewhere around Colorado or Tennessee. Both have mountains and seem to pop up on "best places to live" lists.

    Herlean

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="EC_replbq" style="BORDER-LEFT: #1010ff 2px solid;">Can anyone suggest a place to live that has a reasonable cost of
    living & near mountains? We have enough equity in our home & are
    considering a move. Any input would be great. Thanks Maria



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    Wow, a very general question without alot of background.



    Will you/your spouse need to work and what is your line of work?



    Do you have children that need access to good schools?



    Do you have health issues (or family history) that necessitates being

    near a good medical center/hospital?



    Do you need to be near adult education resources in order to further

    education or change careers?



    Are you self-sufficient and wish to live in a rural environment or do

    you need an urban environment?



    I would suggest you review your family's needs first, then look at all

    the Money magazine and U.S. News & World Report "Best Places to Live"

    surveys to learn a bit more about the most recommended places. Those

    surveys will give you a better idea of all the considerations in such

    a question.








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    gearmaven1
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    Don't forget also there is the issue of what taxes are charged in that state or location: sales taxes or income taxes. Would that be an important consideration for you?

    Here's the link for the Money Magazine article: Best Places to Live 2007 or http://money.cnn.com/magazines/moneymag/bplive/2007/ if you're not using the Beta editor.




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    Wendy
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    I was promised 2 years ago that Alabama would be great, jobs, low

    COL, and the beach!!, so far the only thing that's good is the

    Beach!!!! I miss Montana. You have the best of it all, the rockies

    close by, the lowlands to the east. It's got a little bit of snow, a

    little bit of rain, and it doesn't hit the triple digits but 5 or 6

    days a year!! and NO SALES TAX!!!



    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "armstrca" <carmstr1@...> wrote:

    >

    > No mountains, but some really big hills - the San Antonio area (I

    would

    > say Austin, but traffic is he!! there). The Texas hill country is

    > gorgeous and Texas has a reasonable COL.

    >

    >

    > From: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com

    [mailto:Budget101_@yahoogroups.com] On

    > Behalf Of stmichealprotectus

    > Sent: Wednesday, November 14, 2007 2:14 PM

    > To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com

    > Subject: Budget101.com : Place to live

    > Can anyone suggest a place to live that has a reasonable cost of

    living

    > & near mountains? We have enough equity in our home & are

    considering a

    > move. Any input would be great. Thanks Maria

    >










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    mommyjennof3
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    >

    > stmichealprotectus <maria_sharples@...> wrote:

    > Can anyone suggest a place to live that has a reasonable cost of

    > living & near mountains? We have enough equity in our home & are

    > considering a move. Any input would be great. Thanks Maria

    >





    Wyoming or the Black Hills of South Dakota. I live 2 hours south of

    the Black Hills and we love to go camping up there in the summer and

    my DH loves to go skiing up there in the winter. There are a lot of

    small towns that have a reasonable cost of living and there is a large

    "city" (50,000 people or so) up there as well. If you would like more

    information, please don't hesitate to e-mail me and I will get you

    more information. If you don't want to live in the mountains, but

    just want to be within a day's drive, you could try the Nebraska

    Panhandle (that's were I am Let me know if I can help.



    Jennifer in the Nebraska Panhandle










 

 
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